About the Energy Levels Profile

Frequently encountered symptoms of a demanding daily routine include low energy levels and fatigue. However, it's important to recognize that underlying conditions could contribute to the worsening of these symptoms, and it is essential to address them. This profile aims to assist you in identifying the root cause of your low energy levels by assessing the most common conditions associated with fatigue.

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1. Full Blood Count

A Full Blood Count is an essential test that provides a comprehensive overview of blood composition, including the levels, sizes, shapes, and types of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. This information is crucial for understanding the general configuration of blood and identifying potential health concerns so you can seek the necessary support from healthcare professionals.

2. Iron Status

The Iron Status Blood Test assesses iron levels in the blood by measuring key iron-related blood markers. This evaluation helps diagnose low iron blood levels, a common cause of anaemia. This test helps to determine the type of anaemia and guides effective treatment options so you can seek the necessary support from healthcare professionals.

3. Thyroid Health

The thyroid plays a leading role in the metabolism and hormonal regulation throughout the body. Its impairment can cause symptoms of low energy and fatigue. This evaluation assesses thyroid function and tells you if thyroid conditions are the origin of your low energy levels, providing an informed guide for treatment decisions.

4. Vitamin Health

Low energy levels often stem from nutritional deficiencies, which can result from inadequate intake of essential nutrients or a malabsorption condition. Regardless, the initial crucial step towards an accurate diagnosis involves assessing vitamin levels. This evaluation allows your healthcare professional to proceed with the appropriate treatment.

5. Diabetes Health

Diabetes is a frequent condition characterized by persistent high blood sugar levels. It often goes undiagnosed leading to severe complications, that’s why screening should be done regularly. With this profile, you can detect diabetes as well as monitor its therapy results.

6. Hormonal Health

Low levels of testosterone are linked with low energy levels both in man and women. On the other hand, high cortisol levels are often correlated with fatigue. Therefore, it’s essential to address the levels of these hormones to exclude imbalances as the cause of your symptoms.

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Personal Health Measurements

Personal Health Measurement can provide a comprehensive assessment of your overall health, helping you to identify any areas of concern and make informed decisions about your health and well-being.

The following tests are typically included in a Personal Health Measurement:

Frequently asked questions

The Energy Levels Profile is essential for individuals experiencing low energy and fatigue. It helps identify potential underlying conditions contributing to these symptoms, allowing for informed decisions and appropriate healthcare support.

The Diabetes Profile, including Ha1c and Fasting Glucose, is included to assess blood sugar levels. Fluctuations in blood sugar can affect energy levels, and this evaluation helps identify if diabetes is a contributing factor.

The Hormonal Profile assesses testosterone levels, which play a role in energy regulation. Imbalances in testosterone and cortisol can contribute to fatigue, making this evaluation valuable for understanding hormonal influences on energy levels.

Depending on the specific tests included, preparation may be necessary. For some parameters, fasting might be recommended. Follow any specific instructions provided by your healthcare provider or testing facility to ensure accurate results.

The turnaround time for Energy Levels Profile results can vary depending on the laboratory. In most cases, you can expect to receive your results within a few days to a week. Your healthcare provider will inform you of the expected timeframe.

The frequency of undergoing the Energy Levels Profile may vary based on individual health factors and symptoms. It is advisable to discuss with your healthcare provider to determine the appropriate schedule for testing based on your specific needs.